14 May 2006
Andy Burnham, health minister, discusses the effects of design on the community and social infrastructure, particularly investment in building for health.
14 May 2006
Anna Coote, head of Engaging Patients and the Public at the Healthcare Commission, explores ways to strengthen the relationship between the sustainable environment and health.
2 March 2006
John Sorrell, CABE chair, promotes the launch of the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award and encourages the nomination of good developments.
27 February 2006
John Sorrell, CABE chair, talks about the wider-scale, longer-term effects of building, design and development, weighing benefits against costs.
10 February 2006
John Callcutt, deputy chairman of Crest Nicholson, answers our questions about homes and neighbourhoods.
2 February 2006
Tessa Jowell, secretary of state for culture, media and sport, discusses reaching the golden age of architecture in line with the 2012 Olympics.
31 January 2006
Chris Murray, director of learning and development at CABE, looks back on his experiences with the Academy for Sustainable Communities in Leeds.
16 January 2006
Rem Koolhaas, founder of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, talks about the balance of power between public and private space.
24 November 2005
John Sorrell, CABE chair, talks about the identity and design of the new Thames gateway, and the strategy behind it.
1 November 2005
Sara Hobel and Sarah Aucoin, New York’s director of urban park ranger services and deputy director of urban park ranger services, discuss New York's parks.